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Who to speak to first if you think your child has special educational needs and what will happen next.
Find out how to apply for a school and how they can support your SEN child, transportation and GCSE support.
Find support services to help and assist your family, including short breaks, specialist centres and the disabled children's register.
Transport options if your child has special educational needs or disabilities.
Health services that support children with their physical, sensory, emotional and mental health needs. Includes autism, adhd, deaf/ deafblind support.
The mainstream core standards explains what schools must do to support children and young adults with SEND.
A statement reflecting the partnership working between schools, settings and us in developing a child centred approach to SEND across Kent.
Information for schools and teachers about special educational needs and disabilities.